Calabre Bed and Breakfast

127 Fourth West Street, Bluff, Utah, 84512, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Bluff

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

A travel blog entry by wright2


Sunday June 8, 2014

Non-Travel Day

Today we retraced part of our previous days trip by going north on US Hwy 191, and then west on Utah Hwy 95, part of “Utah’s Bicentennial Scenic Highway” but we continued west past the Natural Bridges National Monument into the White Canyon. Here the scenery turned from relatively flat land of the mesa to beautiful vistas of rock formations as far as the eye can ...

Beautiful and Exciting Day

A travel blog entry by wright2


... s Bicentennial Scenic Highway”. Our first stop was at “Butler Wash, Mule Canyon & Cave Towers Ruins”; from the parking lot it was a one mile hike over a gravel, dirt and rock trail where sometimes the only way to find the trail was to look for the trail markers in the form of small piles of rocks. The hike was worth the effort, to look out over the canyon and see the cliff dwellings of the ancient civilizations, from 300 AD to 1300 AD; you ...

Driving to Utah

A travel blog entry by wright2


... and Canyonlands National Parks the wonders of what awaits us in the parks was previewed along the highway. As we climbed into the mountains the views of the red rock and the cliff faces were spectacular, while the vistas out over the valleys were somewhat hazy they were still great. We did not stop at any of the parks today, ...

Life on the Edge of a Cliff

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin


We drove North from Canyon de Chelly to the Southeastern corner of Utah. Holy gorgeous. You cannot turn your head in this area without your jaw dropping. Each bend and turn presents another view of red rock formations, mountains, and vast valleys. It is incredible! We drove straight through Monument Valley on the way here, famous for its many unique and numerous rock formations that seem to stand up out of no where. We were also informed on our way ...

Monument Valley & Moonlight Springs Ranch

A travel blog entry by finnegan


... is a round structure built of juniper poles, filled with brush or bark and covered with earth. The apex remains open for a smoke hole. We were then transported over dirt and slick rock to a plateau where we went on a 4 km walk, rated 1C, from the mesa level down to the bottom of the canyon. The Anasazi lived here as early as 1250. We saw an Anasazi dwelling in the rock; shards from ancient Anasazi pottery; a spring; petroglyphs; ...


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